GPS Locators Complete FCC Testing
Location Based Technologies Completes and Passes FCC Testing for PocketFinder® and PetFinder Devices
ANAHEIM, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Location Based Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:LBAS), an innovator in the business of personal GPS locator devices for people, pets and assets, today announced it completed and passed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) laboratory tests for both its PocketFinder® and PetFinder® devices.
“FCC test completion is a major achievement not only for the company but towards delivery of product in the United States.” said Dave Morse, CEO of Location Based Technologies. “We will start shipping working units to our strategic channel partners, both domestic and international. And we will look forward to announcing details of our initial distribution agreements and Purchase Orders in the very near future.”
The PocketFinder® family of products, recognized by PC World with its “Top Gear of the Year” award. Pocketfinder personal GPS locators are a single-board GSM/A-GPS device and they are the smallest of their kind. They can fit easily into a purse, backpack, pocket, key chain or GPS dog collar. The devices are accessed via the internet website, web-enabled cell phones, or landlines. Users can see the location of the device nearly anytime and in almost any location. The personal GPS locators are easy to use but very advanced. User can set alerts with zones that trigger email or text message alerts automatically sent to email accounts or cell phones.
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